Papers of Edward Tracy Clark, 1923-1935 (bulk 1929-1935).

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Clark, Edward Tracy, 1878-1935. Papers of Edward Tracy Clark, 1923-1935 (bulk 1929-1935).

Papers of Edward Tracy Clark, 1923-1935 (bulk 1929-1935).

Correspondence relating primarily to Clark's work as a consultant on legislative, customs, and tariff matters for various business concerns. Letters from his service as President Coolidge's secretary relate to topics including the World Court, Massachusetts politics, patronage, the McNary farm bill, Mexican confiscation, and Amherst College reunions. Includes more than fifty letters from Calvin Coolidge after he left the White House. Other correspondents include Bruce Barton, William M. Butler, Calvin Coolidge, Jr., Grace Goodhue Coolidge, John Coolidge, Chauncey Depew, William J. Donovan, Alf M. Landon, David Lawrence, Louis K. Liggett, Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr., Andrew Mellon, Ogden L. Mills, Dwight W. Morrow, David I. Walsh, and Roy O. West.

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